Physicians who want to use social networking sites have a few things to consider.
This issue focuses on some difficult decisions that hospitalists face. Our cover story addresses the decision to place a feeding tube in a patient with advanced dementia. ... As the story explains, some critical care researchers have given up the idea
This month's issue includes a cover story on how to find a job that makes you happy, diagnosing and treating acute pancreatitis, and case summaries from San Francisco General Hospital. ... Our cover story offers advice on how, during your job search and
More physicians are focusing on a particular country, and frequently a particular hospital, to bring about lasting change.
How to handle anticoagulants, steroid, cardiac, diabetic, and pulmonary drugs in surgical patients.
His story got to be a little bit too unbelievable,” she said. ... Dr. Kenedi related the story he had been told (during his combined internal medicine/psychiatry residency at Duke University Medical Center) of a patient who presented with symptoms of
Our cover story looks at the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and American Diabetes Associationâs new guidelines on glucose and how the new evidence may affect hospitalistsâ practice. ... In our cover story, Stacey Butterfield looks at
To learn more about how anti-MRSA coverage became routine in treating community-acquired pneumonia, read the cover story of the January ACP Hospitalist.
Automation, new team members improving outcomes at some hospitals.
A reader responds to our cover story on bundled payments. I would like to comment on “A Bundle of Joy or Trouble? “